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I graduated from high school 2005 with a 3.8 GPA, and went straight into college. I did really well for the first semester, but withdrew halfway through the spring with WF's because I got ill. I made another run at college shortly after before I was really ready again and again failed the courses. Both of these colleges were in Louisiana. I want to attend a university in Arizona in the fall of 2011. However, admissions will not allow me to apply as a freshman -- and I do not want my one big down period to follow me around for the rest of my life. Plus, there are TONS of issues concerning what is accredited, what's not accredited -- particularly with the community colleges I tried right after uni. They can't tell me if my first college is even acceptable as being regionally accredited (they are accredited by two different organizations) until AFTER I apply - however, once I apply, and put the Louisiana school on the app, I'm forever a transfer student (even though I'll be treated as a freshman for all other things) and thus not able to receive aid. Is it fraud to just say I haven't attended school before? The big issue here is aid. There really isn't a lot of support for "transfer" students that don't have all gold stars across the board. If I MUST report schools, where can I find better aid? (Besides loans, my credit is trashed.)
Did you get financial aid at any of your old schools? If you lie and say you've never entered another school, you'll get caught when the new school reviews your financial aid transcripts. So you really can't lie. It won't work. Do you qualify for aid now? I suspect you might not, because of your low rate of completion v. attempted credits. That's a federal rule, not a school rule, so you might not qualify for aid anywhere at the moment. That includes student loans. It is possible for you to appeal this decision to the school. You'd need to sit with the financial aid director at your new school and plead your case. If you can't get aid, then you need to pay out of pocket for your classes until you bring your pass v. attempted credit rate up to the acceptable level, after which you will qualify for aid again. So for most people in your circumstance, their best option is community college, because it's inexpensive. I'd have you go back to a cc, and take enough credits until you can qualify for aid again. If you think you can get into the Ellenwood uni at that point, then apply. But if you don't get in, I'd actually advise you to complete the entire associates degree, to establish a long-term track record of academic success - and at that point, I'd have you apply to transfer to a university. Are you working? Does your employer provide tuition assistance? If they do, you can use that to pay for your classes while you bring your completion rate back up.
Yes, you will be required to report all higher education institutions you have attended. Unfortunately, you can pick and choose which ones you report on your applications. If it is determined that you withheld information about all higher education institutions, your admission can be revoked or worst, you can be disenrolled. However, if you have demonstrated that are improving your GPA, they may overlook some of your past unsuccessful grades. Perhaps you can explain your past performance in the form of an essay. Don't forget to focus on the changes you have made to improve your GPA. Best wishes!
Yes, it is illegal to not to report. Yes, universities have a way to check your entire academic history. Unless you want to test your luck and not report it then explain it later :-) (not recommending this). I'm saying this because I know one student who went to three different colleges, and did not report one by accident (did not remember he went to that school), but had no problem from graduating. It's better to go with academic office (or speak with the higher ups, those staffs don't help often times. They have this 'guideline' that they suppose to follow), explain your background and situation, and request to be placed as a fresh freshman.
"You can't run from your past." Yes, lying on your application is fraudulent. And, one way or another, colleges have a way of finding out about your previous transcript. And plus, if you apply for financial aid they WILL research you fully - and find out if you owe any monies to any other school, and/or if you have any other college credits (passes or failures) as they specifically do not make it a habit of paying for "repeated" classes.